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to our colleague from indiana. >> thank you ms. black. i come from a district that is a long history of manufacturing. i tell you i couldn't be more proud of the workers that we have in northeast indiana. i believe that manufacturing is what makes this country and has made this country to be the great country that we live in today. but, you know, in spite of the federal government's intrusion and the complicated tax code, manufacturing is still making a comeback under very difficult circumstances. in my district we build rvs, medical devices. we build trucks, steel, boats. we manufacture a lot of things in northeast indiana. what i hear from manufacturers back home is instead of worrying about what the rest of the world is doing we should be worrying about what we are doing here. we need an energy policy. we need to reform our tax code, simplify our tax code. those things right there would make a huge, huge difference in helping our manufacturers be successful and more productive right here at home rather than trying to get those companies from other countries back into the united st
school. there you go. indiana took their basketball program which obviously bobby nooig had a few influence. it was an amazing program back in the '90ed and early 2000s. and thul of a sudden fell apart in the early part of the decade. now this coach, coach carerean brought this team back. >> save something for the interview. you're excite popped. >> we loi am. >> ewith love it when you're passionate. i'm dpon lon lemon in today for brooke baldwin. president obama's about face of a controversial oil pipeline and housing number, some good, some bad. roll it. police have pinned down a suspected jihadist of a rabbi three schoolchildren and three soldiers. [ no audio ] >>ening okay, parentally we're having an issue. we'll get back when we get it fixed. barack obama will speak a little more than an hour from now. bree i brianna, i saw the note last night when you got the information on this story. this is the beginning of an energy tour for the president. that was very interesting wh enyou uncovered it. >> that's right. that had to do with the keystone pipeline. or the southern segment
bipartisan hearings with congressman brayly in iowa and also in indiana, and they've been very helpful in giving us a new direction, new ideas on how we can assist our veterans that are coming home. because we do -- i know this committee recognizes that, that with the wars in iraq and afghanistan winding we are going to have a large influx of veterans coming back home. and i think what's very important and all of us would agree with this, that we have jobs here for our veterans. one of the things i would quickly point out that i think that we've had the discussion here about the national guard. i think this is the national guard would be -- should be utilized more and it would be an excellent place to give our veterans the opportunity to continue to serve our country, but as well as living and working in their communities. there are no reductions in this budget for veterans programs. in fact, the republican budget increases spending for veterans, fully funding the president's request for veterans health care. you know, we could, instead of creating another program here, mr. chairman, w
lady antebellum is lending a voice to help a tornado-ravaged community in indiana. they will play a concert at a school. and schools across the country campaign on behalf of henryville high school. there you have it. that is what they're doing. [ singing ] >>> is he not the cutest? this 2-year-old is from canada. she loved to sing adele's song like you. her mom taped her sining it and posted it on "youtube." it has received more than a million hits since it was posted just two weeks ago. i would listen to her all morning. stay with us. if you're in the market for historic real estate, you don't have to travel very far. the properties in our city that are up for grabs. >>> a call for action. unarmed florida teen gunned down while visiting his father's community. we have details on that just ahead. >>> another live picture of the san diego zoo. we'll show you these penguins all morning long because they're too cute. we'll be right back. buying this juicer online was unbelievable. what a bargain! [ female announcer ] sometimes a good deal turns out to be not such a good deal. but new
. >>> children from henryville, indiana will be going back to school. >>> time for a check on the weather what is going on? >>> it's good that indiana is try for today. but back off in the west, there's a big plume of moisture. and the big plume will slide off in the east. and could reach us as we go into the weekend where we have the chance for more showers and thunderstorms. we zoom in around the carolinas and also virginia. that is what is popping up there. but closer to home, we're dealing with lots of fog. and that will be scenario as we go through the remainder of the morning and early afternoon. so visibility is reduced four miles in baltimore and dealing with one in a lot of spots this morning. so take it easy on the roadways. future trend picking up on a couple of isolated showers in the afternoon, especially if we get more sunshine a little early. and we'll do it all again as we go into thursday. hour by hour, it brings our temperature about 73 agrees by 4:00 p.m. -- degrees by 4:00 p.m. and speaking of the temperatures up, check out friday, 80 there with showers and thunderstorms on
expectation down state when you get to virtual indiana? >> absolutely right. when you look at interstate 80, the suburbs of chicago, a little farther out romney should roll up the numbers there but everything below interstate 80 is santorum country. the key challenge for santorum is because delegates are rewarded by district, can he make up enough in terms of the congressional districts in the southern part of the state to make it competitive in the delegate map where romney is expected to sweep in the counties around chicago. >> not in four counties, can he possibly make enough to come out for this not to be a disastrous night for him? he got 15 delegates awarded in the state convention in june, but if you're not eligible for 10 of those you're not going to do well even if you take 15. >> that's right. the santorum campaign thinks a good night for them, if they can get totally maybe 35, they would be thrilled. again, they feel feel like they've got a plan for being able to go after the delegates awarded on a state basis but again you look at the number of delegates that santorum has availa
is not necessary. i would like to yield one minute to the gentleman from indiana, mr. young. >> i thank my colleague from indiana. first, i do want to commend my colleague across the aisle for her attention to this issue. i think it's important. i would like to note, however, that when you look at unemployment trends for veterans, according to the census bureau, actually nonveterans have a higher unemployment rate, but it's that short-term unemployment when a veteran -- our younger veterans, it tends to be, return from deployment. during that period they do sometimes have a tiflt time transitioning, finding employment. and i don't believe that this is the right answer. i think $50,000 per job to be created under this program is probably not the best approach. i think there are other things we can do. we can work on improving programs to match veterans to the appropriate job. we can assist them with job search skills. i think our organized labor in their helmets to hard hats program is great. i don't believe they receive any federal funds for that. but i'd like to encourage them in their ef
and thunderstorms beginning to weaken. there's still pretty decent rain in indiana and missouri. tomorrow looks like just pretty much warm day. sunshine and clouds, warm air continues to the end of the week. thursday and friday ahead of that front maybe 80, 81, 82 degrees. 84 in chicago today, by the way. a good chance we'll see showers, maybe some thunder, this weekend. we need the rain. southeast winds 5-10. the bay temperature at 53 degrees. so tonight, a few clouds out there with 55 for a low. that's our normal high. that's how crazy this weather is. 73, morning fog clearing out, upper 70s to 80 on thursday. normal high is 55 degrees. 81 friday. and then a little cooler saturday, maybe showers in the afternoon. 62, maybe upper 50s with a good chance of showers on sunday. >> thank you. check in tomorrow morning starting at 4:55 for the updates forecast. >>> coming up, the ravens go shopping in the free agent marking. we have their wish list next in sports. ,,,,,, [ male announcer ] for the dreamers... and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next. there's cash flow option
'll yield some time to the gentleman from indiana. >> thank you, gentleman from wisconsin. and i agree with the comments that are made by mr.ruble. and i don't agree that there's no one in congress who wants see a child go hungry. i didn't know we were poor until the government told us we were poor. i think the worst thing we can do right now is to continue to lull people into government handouts, let's focus on the economy, let's make sure that companies can provide jobs, let's not make liorompanies out there that want to create jobs. they want to -- they would be creating jobs if they knew that there was certainty. snap has grown from $18 billion in 2001 to over $80 billion today. what that reflects is obviously the recession, but also to me, it reflects an ever growing federal government that continues to want to take care of people from cradle to grave and we have to get back to the principals that made this country great where people work and take advantage of opportunity and i yield back. >> two minutes for the gentleman from kansas. >> thank you, reid, i appreciate the opportuni
delegates. he hopes he has enough momentum to score his first win in the south. the indiana primary on saturday looms large. romney figures if he can beat santorum there, he will look more like the sure nominee, even if he is short on delegates. steve handelsman, wbal-tv 11 news. >> mitt romney it will be in maryland tomorrow, campaigning in arbutus at the american legion hall. cloaks their to they were getting ready for that town hall meetings which is expected -- folks there were getting ready for that town hall meeting which is expected to start at 3:30 in the afternoon. >> i am a staunch republican. he is the right man for the right job. >> this is the republican town, so he will be well received. >> they are all a bunch of crooks. >> the event is free and open to the public. you do not need a ticket. we will have the latest on wbaltv.com as well as the latest on the entire republican race for the white house. >> baltimore county police are investigating a fight at town house in owings mills involving at least two stabbings and gunfire. happen this afternoon in a residential nei
indiana. kids will be returning to class after the tornado in early march. but things will look different the henryville staff are working to decorate the new classrooms for their temporary home which is a nearby church. parents got a sneak peek yesterday. >> it feels like a school to me. and that is the community in henryville. wherever the teachers are, it will be henryville. >> they have plenty of supplies and everything else that the students need. it's nice to see things move along. >>> you're right. they're getting a break today to go back to school. but that long stream moisture sliding across the middle part of the nation again. there is a severe weather threat into louisiana for today and also arkansas. so we'll keep our eye on that this system is one that will work its way in here for us over the weekend. but in the meantime, we're dealing with foggy conditions this morning. and west clouds hovering at the ground and overahead. we see that the air is saturated a hundred percent. very humid this morning. let's talk about the fog and get a check of the traffic. >>> good morning. i
through the weekend. >> covering the nation this morning, elementary students in one indiana town will finally head back to school today. henryville student also attend school in a temporary location set up in nearby albeen ay. -- albany. midland high school students go back to school on april 2. today kids are being encouraged to kick butt. that's because it is kick butts day. a nationwide campaign to encourage tobacco-free kids. it hosts hundreds of events across the country. it is designed to raise awareness about the dangers of smoking. this marks the 17th annual kick butts day. >> senator barbara -- harry reid will lead off remarks with her nist the senate. she has been in congress since 1977. she won her senate seat in 1986. congratulations to her. >> 60 degrees on tv hill. we all know eating right is the best way to keep yourself healthy. how do you know the healthy food you choose is good for you? would you give someone your facebook password? it is becoming a trend. >> no, i wouldn't. >> more on tha>> when i get terrible congestion from my allergies, i power through with
damage. three inches of rain fell in houston. >>> and here's something students in indiana can look forward to after a devastating tornado destroyed their school. the group lady antebellum announced it will perform at the henryville high school prom. the deadly twister destroyed the school and a large part of henryville. the group picked henryville during an online video contest. >>> this turm a team of researchers will again attempt to solve one of the country's greatest mysteries -- that is what happened to amelia earhart. they will use high-tech underwater equipment to search the pacific for pieces of the plane. the executive director has a fascinating theory about what might have happened to the heroic pilot. she thinks that she and her navigator might have made an emergency landing on an island and hater died as cast-- later died as castaways. the con sense us is that the plane ran out of fuel and crashed into the ocean. >>> the architect designing a dwight d. eisenhower memorial says he is open to changes. the eisenhower family objects to parts of the memorial that depict him
. >> thank you, doug. >> life is beginning to return to normal in henriville, indiana where kids went back to school. an ef-4 tornado tore through the town and destroyed their school. for now classes are held in a church in a neighboring town. the twister had winds of 175 miles an hour. at least 13 people were killed. >>> kids across virginia learned how to prepare for tornados today. emergency drills were held statewide. fairfax county kicked off its own three-day drill yesterday. last year, 51 tornados hit the commonwealth. the storms were blamed for killing 10, and injuring more than 100 people last april. >> some teachers in montgomery county, maryland, say they've been bullied by their school principal. they filed a lawsuit against him today. floyd stearns is principal in silver spring. six former and current staff mep berz accuse him of creating a hostile work environment. they're also suing the school board. for allegedly ignoring their complaints. >> the abuse has the gotten to the point that i couldn't, i couldn't -- i couldn't go into the building anymore. >> we are seeking for t
'm giving santorum, wisconsin, indiana, north carolina, west virginia, nebraska and pennsylvania which is 72 votes. i don't think he's going to win all of those. i think wisconsin, indiana and maybe north carolina and nebraska will go to romney. so right now, gingrich -- romney -- if romney wins all of the 11 states i ticked off and he's ahead in all of them, then he's got this nomination sewed up and he would then have 1230 votes and he needs 1144. i frankly predict he'll end up with 1320, 1350 which would be 200 more than he needs. >> i know he got most of the conservative vote possibly for the first time and he also gained on married women on rick santorum in the midwest. >> tea party. >> and the tea party as well. but does the voter turnout down 24% despite the biggest, most significant illinois primary since 1988 disturb you? >> well, i think that a lot of the people who would have turned out to vote for santorum or gingrich stayed home because they felt that they did not want to prolong this nominating battle and it was one thing to vote for a candidate who is not their first choice
in there. indiana shows up in there. you have nebraska. you have texas. that big chunk of delegates that still got -- that still have to be awarded at the end of may. and if santorum wins wisconsin, i think it's very hard for -- it's going to make romney getting to 1144 very difficult. probably better than 50/50 chance. we talked about this last night. but it is harder. that's why i say right now it is a one state strategy for rick santorum. it is about wisconsin. >> rachel, what impact do you think that will have on their chewsing between what may seem like a hard corps conservative and maybe a guy who's willing to find the more reasonable way to do business, mitt romney? >> yeah. i think it's hard to put scott walker in wisconsin on any sort of number line between rick santorum and mitt romney. i think that he wanted to be seen as more of a mitt romney. >> -- republican voters there who in what they've brought with walker. they go wait a minute, maybe i want someone who is a little more careful. >> except for the fact that walker tried to portray himself as a business guy. he trie
. >> reporter: the former house speaker pulled out of illinois to try to focus on indiana. ron paul made only one stop in illinois. ron paul and newt gingrich were shut out of the delegate count tonight. up next louisiana that vote is saturday. live in washington, craig boswell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now, here's the republican delegate count. mitt romney now has 563 delegates. that's almost half of what he needs to secure the gop nomination. san for rum has 263. gingrich 135, and ron paul currently has 50 delegates. >>> the richmond city council is meeting tonight to decide whether to move ahead with proposed expansion of medical marijuana dispensaries. the council already agreed tentatively to increase the number of dispensaries from four to six. right now those dispensaries are confined to the hilltop mall and pacific east mall areas. any new dispensaries would be prohibited from opening near residential areas. >>> and california secretary of state is allowing supporters of a proposed ballot measure on medical marijuana to start collecting signatures. the measure would allow
a conversation down the road. it's hard to stop romney unless santorum or somebody has to take away indiana, has to take away west virginia, has to take away north carolina. even here romney clinches a map that's overwhelmingingly tinted in his favor. as we have the conversation tonight, it's up for anybody but romney. >> i mean, will this be a different conversation if rick santorum wins and wins big in louisiana this weekend? >> i don't think so. this is a war of attrition. and while he may be able to pick up some of the louisiana delegates like illinois, again, many of our delegates will be selected by a congressional district. and you have to look and see if rick santorum is on the ballot or he's found enough delegates. i don't believe they have any incentive to leave the race. it's really up to mitt romney. i was reading just a while ago because i teach on wednesday. if i had to grade mitt romney, he'd get an a in math. . but in terms of chemistry, i think he gets a c +. >> what do you meek of donna's argue? >> you can see by the exit polling, there's a core group of conservatives. if you l
on barack obama. >> reporter: the former house speaker pulled out of illinois to try to focus on indiana. ron paul made only one stop in illinois. ron paul and newt gingrich were shut out of the delegate count tonight. up next louisiana that vote is saturday. live in washington, craig boswell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now, here's the republican delegate count. mitt romney now has 563 delegates. that's almost half of what he needs to secure the gop nomination. san for rum has 263. gingrich 135, and ron paul currently has 50 delegates. >>> the richmond city council is meeting tonight to decide whether to move ahead with proposed expansion of medical marijuana dispensaries. the council already agreed tentatively to increase the number of dispensaries from four to six. right now those dispensaries are confined to the hilltop mall and pacific east mall areas. any new dispensaries would be prohibited from opening near residential areas. >>> and california secretary of state is allowing supporters of a proposed ballot measure on medical marijuana to start collecting signatures. the
his guns registered in indiana would not be allowed in new york. >>> one driver in miami really paid for her i am patience at a g -- impatience at a gas station. she got so fed up waiting she swerved in front of a yellow hummer lost control and slammed into a gas pump. it exploded into a ball of fire. amazingly no one was hurt. >>> controversy over a design of a planned memorial honoring president eisenhower making it all of the way to capitol hill. chief washington correspondent james rosen. >> the most famous like the gooing enhimes museum have been fan it's cal works of structure and daring. frank gary hit a brick wall in his plans to honor a towering figure. >> acclaimed man the world over for his leadership. >> dwight d. eisenhower was not only the supreme allied commander during world war ii liberate tore of germany's consultation camps, but also america's 34th president for two terms builder of our national highway system, enforcer of school integration and steadfast cold war sentiment. on tuesday eisenhower's granddaughters conveyed to house resources subcommittee the family'
. >> the country duo is refusing to give testimony in the lawsuits over what happened at the indiana state fair over the summer. seven people died in this tragedy when a strong wind gust brought down the stage. it happened just minutes before the band's concert in august. lawyers have filed request, asking for the band to be deposed. depositions are expected to be officially filed next week. sugar land's attorneys say the duo will not be available. >>> a hearing to determine whether sugar land will have to provide depositions is scheduled for friday. >>> a british soccer star didn't know he had a life- threatening problem until his collapse on the field over the weekend. now, as aaron mclauck land reports for wjz, young athletes are sharing their images as well. >>> these are the images that shook the world. fans and fellow players look on in disbelief and shock. images that have motivated young people in london to get their own hearts tested. at this mobile screening room, run by cardiac risk in the young. nathan hayess is training for a half marathon. alarmed at the ordeal, he decided to get
stands approved. for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana rise? >> mr. speaker, i rise today to ask unanimous consent that i be removed as a co-sponsor on h.r. 3697. the speaker pro tempore: is there objection? without objection, so ordered. for what purpose does the gentleman from missouri rise? mr. clay: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent to have my name removed as co-sponsor from h.r. 3359. the speaker pro tempore: is there objection? without objection, so ordered. for what purpose does the gentlelady from texas rise? ms. jackson lee: mr. speaker, on h.res. 591, roll call vote 119, i was detained on official business and i would like to indicate that i would have voted no on h.res. 591, the rule to h.r. 5. i ask unanimous consent that it be placed appropriately in the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, it will so be noted. jackson scrax jackson thank you -- ms. jackson lee: thank you. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from michigan rise? >> mr. speaker, i would ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative da
damage. three inches fell in the houston area. >>> here's something students in indiana can look forward to after a devastating tornado destroyed their school. the group lady antebellum announced it will perform at the henryville high school prom. a deadly twister destroyed the school and a large part of the town of henryville. the group picked henryville during an online video contest. >> that will make it a prom to remember. >> lucky them. i can't remember the music they played at my prom. not group. >> not some major group. probably a guy with some records back then. >>> veronica johnson has the forecast. >> yeah. usually the deejay is always the less expensive way to go, right? not everybody's got the money for the pig thing like that. but today, folks, we're going to be slow getting through the morning with the drive. a lot of fog out there. some cloud cover, too. again, the low clouds, 57 degrees. fredericksburg, virginia, your storm 4 hometown forecast. 50s again, clouds and fog. 68 by noontime today. there will be spots that stand to get a better chance for some showers and storm
virginia. and let's say indiana. let's even say they can win wisconsin. just gave him four more states. romney supporters are saying no, no, no. this is just a hypothetical to test the math. romney still wins. >> still has 1190. and you need 1144. santorum comes up with only 574. >> to block romney he would not only have to do what i did, he would have to take away one of the big winner take all. we don't expect him to win montana, south dakota. no more small gains out there. he would have to in june take away california. even look at that. even under the scenario i've been generous. that doesn't get him there. maybe he has to win california and new jersey. is that possible? yes. is it probable based on everything we've seen so far? no. they're complaining about romney's cash advantage in a state like new jersey. advertising in new york in a huge state like california. resources matter. so i'm being incredibly generous here. most people would say that's hard to believe and that's hard to believe. and even if the santorum campaign could change all that, if they can't change the winner t
indiana and missouri and virginia, but the problem is he needs a lot of support from the evangelicals to win states like north carolina, virginia, florida, missouri, where he seems to be increasingly alienating voters >> good points and to you, karen, he has important races coming up as we look at the south texas a big one, louisiana we were talking about earlier in the day and how long can the other camps here play this etch-a-sketch side. >> weeks, months. i guarantee you will see this in the general election. it is fodder for fund raising, radio ads, tv ads over and over and over. he switched so many times on these various issues >> moral character. >> moral character. >> absolutely. >> we saw in the exit polls, illinois, losing 3 to 1 for santorum who say moral character is the most important. >> going into louisiana where santorum is going to try again and i think he will appeal to the conservative, particularly the more religious voters and so he will get a little bit of bump and we'll see what happens in wisconsin. point being this adds to the narrative romney cannot seal the d
, indiana. we gave him wisconsin. maybe he could win north carolina. if he did all that, romney still clinches. the only santorum strategy of blocking romney, he would have to win california. many people believe that's unlikely. even that wouldn't be enough. he would have to also win in the state of new jersey. the governor, chris christie, is on romney's side. that would deny romney. most think that is implausible. that will be the debate as we head on to louisiana and beyond. as romney looks at this map and feels pretty good, this morning, he got some additional good news. >> my cell phone rang. i looked at it. it just said jeb. i picked up the phone and it was jeb bush. i didn't even have to ask. he said, mitt, i want to let you know, i'm endorsing you today. >> that is good news, the endorsement of the former florida governor. it has already been overshadowed by something one of romney's advisers said on cnn this morning. >> i think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign. everything changes. it is almost like an etch a sketch, you can kind of shake it up and we start all ove
the rigging at the indiana state fair just minutes before the band's concert. that was last august. >>> president obama's gearing up for next week's nuclear summit in south korea. while he's there, he'll visit u.s. military troops stationed in the demilitarized zone. it will be his first trip as president to the heavily fortified border. >>> a ship demolition company has paid $16 million for the oil tanker formerly known as the exxon valdez. in 1989, 11 million gallons of oil from the chip spilled into alaska's prince william sound. it was the worst tanker environmental disaster in u.s. history. >>> magic number is 1,144. by now doesn't everyone know what that means? >> it's engrained in our brains. >> if you don't know you're in big trouble, folks. you should be reading the papers. it's the delegate count. come on. mitt romney is about halfway there after a very convincing win over rick santorum in last night's illinois primary. that's the thing that happened last night in illinois. i'm teasing you now. here are the final vote totals, the big one with the checkmark, mitt romney wi
indiana mr. stutzman. >> thank you mr. mcclintock and mr. shuler i always appreciate your efforts because i know you've are really trying to find a solution and i appreciate that. you know i hear this from people back home that the spending is the problem but some people say do you know what? i've pay more in taxes if i knew it was going to go to pay down the deficit. people don't trust washington. people don't trust the fact that taxes would increase on one bracket or another and it would actually go towards deficit reduction. and so that is why i think we have to focus. we may have to take one step at a time rather than trying to do comprehensive, one big package together because people don't trust washington right now. and until we start reducing the deficit, i think that it's very difficult to do this in a comprehensive way. i appreciate it, i really do because i think we need tax reform badly and i think it has to be a part of the process to get our economy growing and people starting to trust the fact that when decisions are made in washington is not going to pull the rug out from u
at may, north carolina shows up in there, indiana shows up, you got nebraska. you got texas. that big chunk of delegates that still have to be awarded at the end of may. if santorum wins wisconsin, i think it's going to make romney getting to 1144 very difficult. probably still better than 50/50 chance. we talked about this last night but it is harder. that's why i say right now it is a one-state strategy for rick santorum. it is about wisconsin. >> rachel, given wisconsin's recent political history, what impact do you think that will have when they're choosing between what may cement like a hard-core conservati -- may seem like a hard-core conservative and mitt romney? >> it's hard to put scott walker and his travails in wisconsin on any sort of number line between rick santorum and mitt romney. i think that he wanted to be seen as more of a mitt romney and he's been seen as more of a rick santorum. >> republican voters there who in what they've wrought with walker, they kind of go, wait a minute, maybe i want someone who's a little more careful. >> except for the fact that walker ha
we're going to get too. >> reporter: newt gingrich has been focusing on indiana. while ron paul met with voters yesterday in southern california. even made an appearance on the tonight show. >>> mitt romney picked up 41 of the 54 delegates in illinois. he now has 563 delegates. it's almost half of what he needs to secure the gop nomination. santorum has 263, gingrich has 135, ron paul right now has 50 delegates. >>> and now we're learning that newt gingrich campaign is in serious trouble financially. filing for the federal election commission show gingrich's campaign is now officially in the red at the end of february the campaign had only $1.5 million in cash on hand while its debts totaled 1.6 million. but a senior gingrich advisor says despite the financial challenges the candidate will continue in the race all the way to the republican national convention in august. >>> and newt gingrich is demanding an apology from president obama for something actor robert deniro said at an obama campaign fundraiser attended by first lady michelle obama. he said quote qallista gingrich, karen
, mr. camp. mr. camp: i yield two minutes to the gentleman from indiana, mr. pence. pensacola i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend. i rise in support of this h.r. 5. this bill will take an important step forward in dismantling the government takeover that was passed by this body some two years ago. it would repeal the independent payment advisory board included in obamacare and i strongly support it. now, quite frankly, the ipab that is the word that has been used on the floor of this debate is something that americans are unfamiliar with, but buried in section 3403 of obamacare, there is a powerful board of unelected bureaucrats, so-called independent payment advisory board, whose sole job would be to save money by restricting access to health care for medicare beneficiaries. that's the purpose. ipab is required to achieve specific savings in years when medicare spending is deemed to be too high and will lead to rationing and take medical decisions out of the hands of doctors and patients and will reduce patient choice. furthermore, obamacare doesn't even require that ipab
indiana. hello, fred. caller: good morning c-span. i think it is time for a woman in the white house. they are hard working and they're very force falland i think it would be a good change for the whole world to see a strong woman in the white house. host: what do you do for a living? caller: i am a retired crane operator. host: from a cat or republican? caller: i am on the fence. i would like to see ron paul. thank you. host: thank you. i wanted to get a demographic on him. any comments? guest: i agree. host: 05 or -- ohio. caller: good morning. god bless c-span. we have come a long way. when we first moved here, women were being beaten and that was ok. lately, the question should be of the culture choices of why women would want to take the contraception. in other countries, they want them to be prostitutes. we still have quite a ways to go. i agree it woman -- it is sad what has happened to women thinking that is ok to have to have the choice to what? i do that even want to say what that choice would be. this is horrifying. host: liza mundy when it comes to politics, are women on
. primaries in connecticut, delaware, new york, and rhode island. then may 8, indiana, north carolina, and west virginia. in mid-may, nebraska and oregon. it will wrap up in june with california. david is on the phone, a supporter of newt gingrich. good evening. >> i will vote for which ever republican rises to the top. i would hope it would begin with. i know he is a smart guy. i think we need a smart guy in the white house. he did not become speaker of the house by accident. he is a courageous individual. he is not the prettiest candidate. we need the smartest guy in the white house for our economy and for foreign policy. there is something good to say about all of them. that is my view on pingree. >> thank you. speeches by rick santorum and mitt romney available on our website. all of our campaign coverage. palm springs, california, a supporter of ron paul. >> i do not understand why people do not vote for ron paul. he has the best thing going on for him right now. >> thank you for the call. next is ricardo from new york city. >> thank you for accepting my call. i want to make sure
minute minute and a half. >> two minutes. >> i'd like to close with mr. young of indiana who has worn the uniform of the united states. again has put himself in harm's way to protect all of us. so his reflexes are particularly valuable. >> he i thank my colleague from oklahoma. i just add what my colleague said, any proposed cuts to our military budget ought to be strategy based. that's what we have heard on the armed services committee. -- clear, coherence, detailed, strategic analysis that would justify the sort of cuts we see in the president's budget. without those cuts i would say the president's budget would show absolutely no deficit reduction. all the other government agencies here at the federal level enjoy generous net increases during this challenging time, but it is defense that the president has indicated he wants to see bear all the cuts. our federal government's highest priority is to secure the common defense of the american people. and we need to make sure we are preserving that. we have hedged against future threats. we have recognize the that the world hasn't gotten
, but beneficially. this is where the term "beneficial owner" comes from. in such indiana stawnses -- in such instances, the shares are held by someone else. if you buy shares through charles schwab, that discount broker firm would likely serve as the record owner and you'll be the beneficial or in. it is dwriewr your money, you -- it is your mornings you paid for it. it is your vote. it is your right to sell the shares. but as far as the company is concerned, the record owner is the broker. now, i think we've all been familiar and we've all received in the mail a big package of proxy materials from your broker. it is not in many cases directly from the company. it is from the wells fargo advisors. frit is from schwab advisors. because they are the ones who are the record owners, they distribute the material to beneficial owners. the consequences that for companies that may have very few or relatively few record holders, they have thousands and thousands of beneficial owners. those are the individuals that will lose out if the company decides under the house rule to suddenly go dar
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